Terra State nursing graduates receive pins during ceremony

The 10th graduating class of Terra State Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program received their nursing pins during a ceremony May 10 at the college.

Lori Keegan, MSN, RN, was the keynote speaker. She is an adjunct clinical instructor at Terra State and is currently the Clinical Manager of the Intensive Care Unit at St. Charles Hospital in Oregon.

“You are entering the profession of nursing at a time of great transition,” she told the graduates, siting the impact the Affordable Care Act will have on healthcare. “There will be a focus on prevention, and it will require a different skill set and knowledge.”


60 Plus Nursing Assessment Clinic

The 60 Plus Nursing Assessment Clinic, provided by the Ottawa County Health Department and funded by Ottawa County Senior Resources through the CDBG program, provides the following services by a Registered Nurse:

Health assessment, medication counseling, blood pressure check, blood test for anemia, blood test to measure blood sugar, cholesterol screening, weight, diet information, health education, referrals to private physician for evaluation, if needed.

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